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Matthew's Bible 1537



5:1And they came ouer to the other syde of the sea into the countre of Gaderenites.
5:2And when he was come oute of the shyppe, there met hym oute of the graues a man possessed of an vncleane spirite,
5:3whiche had hys abydyng among the graues. And no man coulde bynde him: no not with chaynes,
5:4because that when he was often bounde with fetters and chayns, he plucked the chayns a sunder, & brake the fetters in peces. Neyther coulde any man tame him.
5:5And alwayes both nyght and daye he cryed in the mountaynes & in the graues, and bet hym self with stones.
5:6When he had spyed Iesus a far of, he ranne & worshypped hym
5:7and cryed with a loude voyce, and sayde: what haue I to do with a loude voyce, and sayde: what haue I to do with the Iesus the sonne of the most hyest God? I requyre the in the name of God that thou torment me not.
5:8For he had sayde vnto hym: come out of the man thou foule spirite.
5:9And he axed him: what is thy name. And he answered sayinge: my name is Legyon, for we are manye.
5:10And he prayed hym instantly, that he woulde not sende them awaye out of the countre.
5:11And there was there nye vnto the mountaynes a great herde of swyne fedyng,
5:12and al the deuyls besought hym, saying: sende vs into the herde of swyne, that we may enter into them.
5:13And anone Iesus gaue them leaue. And the vncleane spirites went out and entred into the swyne. And the herde startled, and ranne hedlynge into the sea. They were aboute two .M. swyne & they were drouned in the sea.
5:14And the swyne herdes fleed, and tolde it in the cytye, and in the countre. And they came out for to se what had happened:
5:15and came to Iesus, and sawe hym that was vexed with the fende, and had the legion syte, both clothed and in hys ryght mynde, & were afrayed,
5:16And they that sawe it, tolde them how it had happened to him that was possessed with the deuyl: and also of the swyne.
5:17And they beganne to praye hym, that he woulde departe from their coostes.
5:18And when he was come into the shyppe, he that hadde the deuel, prayed hym that he might be with him.
5:19How beit, Iesus woulde not suffer him, but sayde vnto him: go home into thine owne house and to thy frendes, and shewe them what greate thinges the Lord hath done vnto the, and how he had compassion on the.
5:20And he departed, & began to publishe in the ten cyties what great thinges Iesus had done vnto him, and all men did meruayll.
5:21And when Iesus was come ouer agayne by ship vnto the otherside, much people gathered vnto him, and he was nye vnto the sea.
5:22And beholde, there came one of the rulers of the Sinagoges, whose name was Iarius: and when he sawe him, he fell doune at his fete,
5:23& besought hym greatly sayinge: my doughter lyeth at point of death, I woulde thou wouldest come and laye thy hande on her, that she might be safe and lyue.
5:24And he went with hym, and muche people folowed him, & thronged him.
5:25And there was a certayn woman, whiche was diseased of an yssue of bloude .xij. yeres,
5:26and had suffred many thynges of many phisicions, and had spent all that she had, and felte none amendement at all, but wexed worse & worse.
5:27When she had herde of Iesus: she came into the preace behinde hym, and touched hys garment.
5:28For she thought: if I maye but touch his clothes, I shalbe whole.
5:29And streightway her fountayne of bloude was dryed vp, and she felft in her bodye, that she was healed of the plague.
5:30And Iesus immediatly felte in hym selfe, the vertu that went out of hym, and tourned him rounde about in the preace, & sayde: who touched my clothes?
5:31And his disciples sayde vnto him: seist thou the people thruste the, and yet axest, who did touche me?
5:32And he loked rounde about, for to se her that had done that thing.
5:33The woman feared and trembled (for she knew what was done within her) and she came and fell doune before him, and tolde the trueth of euery thinge.
5:34And he sayde to her: Doughter, thy faythe hath made the whole: go in peace, and by whole of thy plage.
5:35Whyle he yet spake, there came frome the ruler of the Synagoges house, certayn which sayde: thy doughter is dead: why diseasest thou the maister any further?
5:36Assone as Iesus herd that worde spoken, he sayd vnto the ruler of the Synagoge: be not afrayed, onely beleue.
5:37And he suffred no man to folow him mo then Peter and Iames and Ihon the brother of Iames.
5:38And he came vnto the house of the ruler of the Synagoge, and sawe the wondringe, & them that wepte and wayled greatly,
5:39& went in and sayde vnto them: why make ye this a do and wepe? The mayden is not dead, but slepeth.
5:40And thy laught him to scorne. Then he put them all out, and toke the father & the mother of the mayden, & them that were with hym, and entred in where the mayden laye,
5:41& toke the mayden by the hande, and sayd vnto her: Talitha cumi: which is by interpretacion: mayden I saye vnto the aryse.
5:42And streyght the mayden arose, and went on her fete. For she was of the age of twelue yeres. And thei were astonyed at it out of measur.
5:43And he charged them straytely that no man shoulde know of it, and commaunded to geue her meate.
Matthew's Bible 1537

Matthew's Bible 1537

The Matthew Bible, also known as Matthew's Version, was first published in 1537 by John Rogers, under the pseudonym "Thomas Matthew". It combined the New Testament of William Tyndale, and as much of the Old Testament as he had been able to translate before being captured and put to death, with the translations of Myles Coverdale as to the balance of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha, except the Apocryphal Prayer of Manasses. It is thus a vital link in the main sequence of English Bible translations.